The first section of a piece which explores a new critical ethos around Irish poet William Butler Yeats, aligning him with Edwardianism rather than Modernism. Topics: william butler yeats, irish poetry, english literature, literary criticism, edwardianism, modernism
An investigation into Kant's conception of the noumena/thing-in-itself in his "Critique of Pure Reason." Topics: immanuel kant, critique of pure reason, noumena, adam fieled, ontology, epistemology, philosophy
This is the second is a series of twelve-poem chapbooks of Apparition Poems by American poet Adam Fieled in 2014. The cover illustration is "The Intervention of the Sabine Women" by Jacques-Louis David. Topics: adam fieled, twelve mimes and mirrors, apparition poems, american poetry, american literature,...
This is a comparative analysis between Picasso's blue period masterpiece "The Old Guitarist" and American artist Abby Heller-Burnham's "Learning to Dance." Topics: the old guitarist, learning to dance, visual art, painting
This piece is an analysis of thematics, specifically human innocence and experience, through two paintings: "The Blue Dancers" by Edgar Degas and "The Skaters" by Philadelphia artist Abby Heller-Burnham. Topics: edgar degas, abby heller-burnham, the blue dancers, the skaters
These pieces present a critical investigation of Modernism, post-modernism, and their socio-aesthetic discourses. All were originally presented as seminar papers by Adam Fieled between 2003-2008, and have now been revised. Universities involved: University of Pennsylvania, New England College, and Temple University. Topics: adam fieled, modernism, post-modernism, literary theory, literary criticism, university of...
"Poetry and Freedom" was a series of posts composed by Adam Fieled as blogger-in-residence at the Poetry International festival in London in 2008. The festival was held at the Southbank Centre, which is also the home of London's Poetry Library. Topics: Adam Fieled, Poetry International, Southbank Centre, London
This essay is meant to follow up the Argotist essay "Composite Ideologies" and also an essay entitled "Benjamin's Desktop" that has appeared in multiple places. As a refinement, the piece links the Internet not only to Deconstructionism but to Romanticism, Modernism, and Post-Modernism. Topics: Adam Fieled, Internet Theory
A compressed matrix configuration around Kant's categories in relation to Space Between and the Purification Chain, as regards "soul." Topics: immanuel kant, purification chain, space between, compressed matrix
A grouping of representative pieces all originally delivered as seminar papers at Temple University in Philadelphia between 2006-2011. The pieces have been re-drafted as of 2013. Topics: literary criticism, literary theory, temple university
These are two scripts for two readings done by Philadelphia poet Adam Fieled: the first done at Stain Bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on 3-30-07, and the second done at Goodbye Blue Monday, Bushwick, Brooklyn, 8-1-09. Both readings were done as part of the "Stain" series, curated by Amy King and Mipoesias Magazine. Topics: adam fieled, stain series, stain bar, goodbye blue monday, williamsburg brooklyn, bushwick...
This is the second is a series of twelve-poem chapbooks of Apparition Poems by American poet Adam Fieled in 2014. The cover illustration is "The Intervention of the Sabine Women" by Jacques-Louis David. Topics: adam fieled, twelve mimes and mirrors, chapbook, apparition poems, american poetry, american...
"Trish," by Adam Fieled, documents the relationship of two artists in Philadelphia in the Aughts. This version features a Preface written by Fieled in 2013. Topics: trish, american art, american poetry
These piece correlates the respective protagonists of James Baldwin's "Sonny's Blues" and James Kelman's "Pictures." It was originally presented as a seminar paper at the University of Pennsylvania by Adam Fieled in 2003. It has since been revised. Topics: adam fieled, james baldwin, james kelman, university of pennsylvania
This piece was first published in Otoliths in 2010. It explores what may be done to broaden the scope of the average poetry reading; specifically, using "multi-media" techniques and strategies. Topics: otoliths, multi-media, philly free school, american art
This brief piece investigates the relationship of Lord Byron to his audience by the time he published "Don Juan" in the early 1820s. Topics: don juan, temple university, literary criticism, british romanticism
This version of "Quiddities," by American poet Adam Fieled, features an extended Apologia. Cover painting is "Learning to Dance" by Abby Heller-Burnham. Topics: quiddities, american poetry, american art
This pdf offers a new discourse around ontology, formulating a nexus of ideas involving existence, subsistence, causality, substance, matter, and contingency, and employing Kant and Schopenhauer as reference points. Topics: ontology, philosophy, kant, schopenhauer, contingency, causality
Blood Made Solid is the last in a Trilogy of chapbooks by American poet Adam Fieled (with A Dozen Leaking Buckets, Twelve Mimes and Mirrors). These chapbooks continue his Apparition Poems series. Cover painting by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Topics: adam fieled, blood made solid, chapbooks, apparition poems, american literature, american poetry,...
This piece was written by Adam Fieled a response to issue #55 of UK print journal Tears in the Fence, ed. David Caddy, which was released in the summer of 2012. Topics: tears in the fence 55, english poetry
"Over the Schuylkill..." offers a comprehensive look at Aughts Philly, the Philly Free School, and the Philadelphia Renaissance, including poetry, paintings, photographs, novels, and music. Topics: over the schuylkill, the philly free school, aughts philly, the philadelphia renaissance, american...
This piece discusses decorative or "ornamental" art as demonstrated by three paintings: "The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt, "Ghost of Day" by Abby Heller-Burnham, and "Woman Reclining with a Book (Marie-Therese Walter)" by Pablo Picasso. Topics: ornamental art, decorative art
Trilogy constitutes three chapbooks (A Dozen Leaking Buckets, Twelve Mimes and Mirrors, and Blood Made Solid) by American poet Adam Fieled. These chapbooks continue his Apparition Poems series. Topics: adam fieled, trilogy, a dozen leaking buckets, twelve mimes and mirrors, blood made solid,...
This collection offers five early books by American poet Adam Fieled (Opera Bufa, Beams, Posit, When You Bit and Chimes), plus reviews and new Prefaces for each. Cover painting by Mary Harju. Topics: early books 2007-2009, american art, american poetry
A grouping of representative pieces, each initially presented as a seminar paper at Temple University in Philadelphia from 2006-2011. The pieces have been re-drafted as of 2013. Topics: literary criticism, literary theory, temple university